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According to Hollywood Reporter production charts, Love Me Forever began production under the title On Wings of Song. The Variety review states that in the film's original version, "Steve Corelli" was killed at the end, while Hollywood Reporter states that "Steve" was shot in the wings of the theater as "Margaret" sent him a message over the radio. New York Times noted that Thurston Hall's character "Maurizzio" was made up to resemble Giulio Gatti-Casazza, who managed the Metropolitan Opera House in New York from 1908 until 1935. Several reviewers compared the film with Grace Moore and Victor Schertzinger's 1934 picture, One Night of Love (see below). Love Me Forever was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound Recording.